16 events are planned throughout Germany and Austria. They are open to anyone interested. In addition to a general overview of ZPID and its services, each event will have a different focus depending on the interests named by the institution.
For example, the Association of German Professional Psychologists (BDP) in Berlin is primarily interested in researching literature and test procedures that are accessible free of charge, while Goethe University in Frankfurt has asked for information about preregistration, data collection in ZPID's lab and publishing on PsychOpen.
For details on the events and the focuses, please see: leibniz-psychology.org/roadshow. To help us better plan the event, we kindly ask you to register.
Based on an ideal-type research cycle, ZPID supports the entire scientific work process from gathering ideas and researching literature to documenting research, archiving data, and publishing the results. Specifically, ZPID assists psychologists in finding information on relevant publications and tests via PubPsych.
Furthermore, ZPID operates a repository for a variety of digital research objects, PsychArchives, and runs several journals to publish research on the publishing platform PsychOpen. All tools and services are offered free of charge to the academic community.